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Preparing for prom

Preparing for prom

Family members and graduating students worried about expensive prom dresses were glad to find something they liked at an annual fundraising event Saturday.
Girl power

Girl power

Be open and express yourself, says a participant at the Girl Power conference held on Saturday. Confederation College hosted the event aimed at keeping girls active and learning about healthy living.
Group forms to fight for 'responsible development'

Group forms to fight for 'responsible development'

What started as an opposition to development in River Terrace is now an advocacy group for responsible development in Thunder Bay.

Yahn refiles, Rydholm runs for re-election

There's been another switch made by a candidate for Thunder Bay city council. Terrence Yahn, who originally filed to run as an at-large candidate, has now changed his nomination papers in order to run in the McIntyre ward.
Cab companies ponder security after second robbery

Cab companies ponder security after second robbery

The days of flagging a taxi on the street after dark are gone, says the manager of a local taxi company, whose drivers were hit twice this week by a weapon-wielding carjacker who robbed them of cash and cab.
Ready for cruise season

Ready for cruise season

With 12 stops in the Thunder Bay harbour last year, the MV Clelia brought $592,000 into the community.
Group wants WHO to recognize city as age friendly

Group wants WHO to recognize city as age friendly

A local stakeholder committee wants Thunder Bay to be internationally recognized as an age-friendly city.
Bewcyk case adjourned until June

Bewcyk case adjourned until June

A 61-year-old-man charged with accessing child pornography will not appear in court again until the summer. Michael Bewcyk appeared in provincial court in Thunder Bay on Friday where his case was adjourned to June 22.

Minivan may be linked to robbery, police say

Police continue to look for more tips to help solve a robbery at a financial institution last week.
Public speaks out on multiplex

Public speaks out on multiplex

The public appears to be taking a cautious approach when it comes to a new multiplex facility proposed for Thunder Bay.